Archive for 'Freedom' Category

The Problem with the American Evangelical Model

By jreighley - Last updated: Thursday, May 26, 2011

Is that it brings the “Case for Christ” before the “seeker” and then calls for him (or her) to pass judgement on God. This approach leaves the “seeker” sitting on the exact throne that he needs to get off of.  This system then applauds him (the seeker)  for fulfilling his sinful role.  (Judging God) But […]

Cover Song or Original?

By jreighley - Last updated: Monday, May 16, 2011

It occurred to me that our walk with God is a lot like an improvisational Jam session.    God calls us to some form of obedience, and we respond according to our particular personality, courage and faith. Sometimes we do something exactly like he is calling us to.   Sometimes we only take a half step instead […]

Root of Evil Addendum….

By jreighley - Last updated: Thursday, March 10, 2011

After discussing this on Facebook, I would like to add a bit to my previous post… Facebook is not the cause of this problem..  All that Facebook does is provide a shortcut to a destination.  If you are struggling in your marriage, and you are looking for an alternative, It used to be a lot […]

John MacArthur’s timely comments on George Washington’s birthday

By jreighley - Last updated: Monday, February 21, 2011

Choice John MacArthur quote from the Christian Post article “Influential Evangelical: Mideast Uprisings Violate Biblical Command” But from a biblical perspective, MacArthur maintained that the protesters are in violation of the biblical command to “submit to the powers that be because they’re ordained of God.” “I would have wished the American government, which has a […]

Vindication of George W Bush, and perhaps John Adams?

By jreighley - Last updated: Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Quite an interesting piece in Der Speigel.  George W. Bush’s Liberal Legacy Painful as it may be to admit, it was the despised former US President George W. Bush who believed in the democratization of the Muslim world and incurred the scorn and mockery of the Left for his conviction. Everyone was sure — without knowing […]